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Is This Domestic Violence?
I Was Recently Charged With Domestic Violence. My Girlfriend And I Were Arguing And She Was Going To Leave. I Threw A Phone To Her, And Told Her To Call The Cops. She Called The Cops Because Of The Argument And Not Wanting Things To Get Out Of Hand. The Cops Came And Arrested Me. The Phone Didn'T Hurt Her And She Didn'T Have Any Marks From It. I Know Domestic Violence Is A Serious Crime But What I Did Wasn'T Domestic Violence At Least In My Option. Also She Said She Would Try To Get The Charge Dropped, However The Sate Will Press Charges Anyway. Do I Have A Good Chance Of Getting This Dismissed?
You need to talk to a lawyer. Your opinion of what is domestic violence and what the law says it is may be completely different. Also, your girlfriend may have more resources than you for this kind of thing. There are all kinds of programs for women in this situation and not nearly as many for men.
Civil Engineer Needs Law Career Advice?
I'M An Undergrad At Georgia Tech And I'M Getting My Bachelor'S Degree In Civil Engineering. What Law Career Can I Go Into With This Degree? And Then Which Law School Would Be Best Suited For That Specialization? Is This A Lucrative Career? If You Post Your Sources That Would Be Most Helpful. Best Answer Will Be Rewarded. Thanks In Advanced!
Example: If Construction Law Is The Way To Go, What Law School Should I Apply To (What Are The Top 10)
Rest assured, a law school that accepts you as a student won't be accepting you into their Construction Law Program or their Environmental Law Program or their Criminal Law Program. You may, however, have a background that would give you a leg up on other attorneys specializing in areas that relate to your undergrad degree--perhaps construction, if that's your focus, or environmental or land use. That said, if your passion were bankruptcy, no one's saying you couldn't go in that direction, regardless of your undergraduate major. (And your background might come more into play if you had several years of job experience to back up your degree rather than coming directly out of undergrad.)
Other thoughts on this subject: Going to a great law school (Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Berkeley, Pennsylvania, Columbia, Chicago, New York, Michigan-Ann Arbor, etc.) is going to do more for you than going to a school that specializes in (or says it specializes in) construction only. And think about national names vs. local, vis a vis where you plan to practice.
Another thing to consider: Construction law, right now, is going to be really slow (I'm guessing). Construction and real estate just aren't big business the way they were three-five years ago. (In fact, they are dead!) On the other hand, you wouldn't be graduating from law school for another four years, at least, but the big-picture job availability is of course important. The legal field in general is looking pretty strained right now, so that's something else you should consider. Do you love the law, or do you love construction and engineering?
Good luck with your decision!
Can A Single Mother Get Low Income Legal Assistance,To Help Her Get Joint Custody Of Her Son. In East Texas?
My Sister Has A 6 Year Old Son. His Father Has Custody Of Him. She Is Allowed To See Him Every Other Week. But It Has Always Been When He Says And What He Wants, Because She Has To Pay Child Support Even Though She Is On Welfare,And Him And His Wife Both Have Jobs. Some Times She Can'T Pay $400.00 A Month For One Child Even Though She Has 3 Other Children To Take Care Of . One That Is Only Three Weeks Old. She Is Not Allowed To Know Where Her Son Lives, His Phone Number, What School He Goes To, Or Anything.When He Took Her To Court His Family Paid For Everything. She Had No Lawyer.She Got Screwed. I Know There Is Someone Out Ther Who Can Help Her, If You Can Or Know Who Might Be Able To Assist Her, Please Help. We Live In East Texas.
The best option I know of is this www.getprotectedhere.com. I would check it out, they may be able to help.
What Are My Rights In Regards To A Former Tenant?
I Rented A Room To This Guy Who Finished His 6 Month Lease About Half A Year Ago. Anyways, I Gave Him His 30 Day Notice, In Fact I Gave Him A Little Bit Of Extra Notice Since I Gave Him 15 Extra Days On Top Of The 30 Just To Give Him More Time To Look. Well, He Moved Out A Week Early And I Haven'T Heard Anything From Him Since And It Will Be One Wk. Sunday. He Hasn'T Returned The House Key Or Mail Key, And He Left His Leased Car In My Garage. What Rights Do I Have And What Do I Do? He Hasn'T Left A Forwarding Address And I Have Is His Ph# And That'S It. I Know In Ca, I Have To Hang On To His Stuff For 30 Days. Is It Okay For Me To At Least Change The Locks?
Simply because he has "moved out" doesn't mean that you can just change the locks. You cannot change the locks on the apartment until the lease term has expired, AND he has clearly abandoned the space.
If he has not clearly abandoned the space (i.e., his car, shaving cream, and toothbrush are still there) then you will have to follow normal eviction procedures, OR wait the additional time before cleaning out his personal possessions.
Be warned, in most states you are not allowed to simply dispose of personal property left behind. California may be different, but in most places there is a very specific procedure for auctioning off the property (after formal notice to the former tenant). I'd double check, and make sure I followed the procedure carefully.
Here are some good resources which should answer your questions:
California Tenants: A Guide to Residential Tenants’ and Landlords' And Responsibilities
Options For a Landlord: When a Tenant's Personal Property Has Been Left in the Rental Unit: Legal Guide (California DCA)
Needing Legal Advice?
Okay It Is Wrong For A 30 Year Old Man To Be Sleeping With A 17 Year Old Girl,, And What Could We Do About It ?
Are you the 30 yo man or the 17 yo girl?
What is your relationship to either? Are you the girl's mother, the guy's wife,???
If you're "needing legal advice", I'm betting you don't watch too much TV.
Call the authorities to report whatever problem you might think happened.
Bankruptcy Or Not?
Does Anyone Have Some Advice? Web Sites, Lawyers, Stories,Etc...
You really haven't provided enough info here. How much debt are you carrying, what kind of debt is it, how much do you have available to pay it down and how much do you make?
Bankruptcy should be a last resort, and chances are, you can avoid it.